What do you do after you achieve your goal?

My second book, “Dark Heart Curse,” is now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Apple and a few other distributors.  And I am waiting for the third and final book in the series, “Dark Heart Forever,” to come back from the editor.

As I finish this series, I recall a piece I wrote on this blog about saying good-bye to TV friends (http://csvalentine.com/saying-good-bye-to-old-tv-friends/ ).  I feel that way about this series – these are imaginary people that I cared about and looked forward to seeing.  I want everyone that reads my books to feel the same way.

But the time has come to say good-bye and move on.  The goal was to leave something behind in the universe and I did.  The words are now out there in the world and when I am gone, the words will still be there (even if they are just hidden on Amazon’s website.)

Now the question is:  What do you do after you have achieved your goal?  Send me your thoughts and suggestions and tell me what goal you set and achieved.

I’ll share my answer later on because right now I want to spend a little time celebrating my accomplishment.



Finally, the formatting is complete for the second book in the Dark Heart Trilogy, “Dark Heart Curse.”  The book was sent to Amazon and hopefully it should be available on Amazon by Monday, but if I am lucky, maybe it will be available over the weekend.

Formatting for Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Apple should be done by Monday and with luck these distributors will have it available by the end of the week.

Trust me, I’ll let everyone know.

This second book in my trilogy is much darker than the first book, but it is still a book about love.  It looks at the lengths the heart will go to in the name of love and in this supernatural world the lengths can be extreme.

It is a dark, romantic, supernatural thrill ride and I can hardly wait for you to read it.

Also my free book “Shadows on the Highway” continues to do well.  It has some great reviews and feel free to add yours.

My first book in the trilogy, “Dark Heart Coven” hasn’t had any reviews yet, but I keep hoping someone will say something nice about the book.